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Brew at the Zoo: Plan Your Evening With Our Handy Event Map

Brew at the Zoo is tomorrow, May 4. The event, at Zoo Miami, features over 100 beers, including local craft selections and a home brewers alley serving unique and delicious brews you simply have to try.

If you're a serious beer geek (or you're into treasure hunting), here's a map of the entire Brew at the Zoo in advance, which is totally helpful in planning a beer-tasting strategy.

We suggest treating BATZ like a day at Disney, running to the back of the event and working your way to the front. Alternatively, seek out your favorite brew and rush over to their tent for a first sip. Either way, you'll be able to easily find your favorites and navigate the terrain like a pro.

The event runs from 7 - 11 p.m. and tickets for the 21 and over event are $35 for general admission; $75 for VIP (which includes complimentary cocktails, food, and early access to the beer at 6 p.m.). Purchase regularly-priced tickets here.

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